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10,000 B.C. (2008)

Director(s): Roland Emmerich

Theatrical Release: 2008

Cast: Steven Strait, Camilla Belle, Cliff Curtis, Joel Virgel, Ben Badra, Omar Sharif

Genre(s): Fantasy, Adventure, epic

Countries: USA

Location in store: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

(1 / 1)
Ant Rating
Running Time: 109m.

A young outcast from a primitive tribe is forced to defend his people from a brutal onslaught in Independence Day director Roland Emmerich's fast-paced period adventure. Despite the fact that he is low man on the totem pole in his tribe of fearless hunters, a brave young boy (Steven Strait) longs to win the heart of a beautiful princess (Camilla Belle) who is well above his station in life. When an overwhelming horde of powerful invaders forces the hunters into slavery and abducts the princess, the once-aimless boy suddenly finds his destiny taking an unexpected turn. Now, if he has any hope of saving his tribe from certain extinction, this young boy will have to fight for the future to his dying breath. (


DVD Special Features:

! Exciting alternate ending

! Awesome additional scenes

Member Reviews

Why the haters? by RW - June 29, 2008
IMDB has a disproportionate amount of one star reviews for this movie. I guess people were expecting a historically accurate, updated "Quest for Fire." But seriously, look at the dvd cover. Saber tooth tiger growling at man with dreads and spear. This is the movie you're going to get, and it's pretty good for what it is. Colorful scenery, tribes, prophecies, quests, some love story, tons of cgi pre-historic creatures (which were in general awesome), it's a bit like a diet 5th Element in fantastic pre-history. The story engaged me, the effects were cool and used appropriately, and there's a saber tooth tiger and some mammoths and a slave uprising. If you still have the capacity to enjoy movies like a thirteen year old (which I do), 10,000 BC and a pizza is a solid night of entertainment.